Cabins - Delta Air Lines
On-Board services will depend on your flight route and the aircraft used, but Delta offer a personal entertainment system on most flights offering movies, TV shows, games and songs, providing something for everyone to enjoy. Many flights now also provide in-flight Wi-Fi, allowing passengers to stay connected even whilst in the air. Power adapters are also available on most flights, ensuring you don’t miss out due to low battery power. Delta’s in-flight magazine is Sky Magazine and features the latest on travel, business and local culture and is available to all passengers.
Delta offers three cabin choices; Economy, First Class and Business Elite (business class).
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Passengers choosing to travel Economy with Delta will find comfortable seats (with a minimum seat pitch of 30 inches), inclusive in-flight entertainment options and on board internet capabilities. Many flights also have seat power adapters, meaning passengers can choose to work or enjoy their own entertainment at their leisure.
Passengers in Economy are offered complimentary snacks on short flights, as well as complimentary non-alcoholic beverages. Additional items may be bought from the Delta ‘EATS’ Menu, while beer and wine are complimentary on international flights of 6 hours or longer.
Business Elite passengers enjoy great comfort throughout their flight in the Elite seats which are either fully flat or extra recline - plus all passengers receive a pillow and full size quilted duvet. Passengers also have access to oversized screens for in flight entertainment, on-board Wi-Fi and power outlets. Business Elite passengers are also permitted to use the Delta Sky Priority services, meaning that all aspects of the travel experience are relaxing.
Business Elite passengers are treated to a choice of main meals, from celebrity chef selections to seasonal and regional specials. Main meals include Grilled filet of beef with béarnaise sauce, accompanied by redskin potatoes and green beans with red onion and Rigatoni Pasta, tossed with stewed tomato sauce, olives and capers. Business class passengers also receive a complimentary drinks service on long haul flights.
Passengers in First Class travel in both comfort and style with Delta. From cradle seats which are optimised for sleeping with 55 inches of seat recline, in-flight internet access, fine dining and a personal entertainment system in the seat backs, Delta ensures travellers have everything they need for a wonderful flight. Passengers also receive Delta Sky Priority services – an accelerated check in service, faster security checks, priority boarding and quick baggage reclaim.
Passengers in First Class can choose from a selection of complimentary snacks and fruits. Meals will also be offered on flights of more than 3.5 hours duration. Many of the dinner menus are designed by Chef Michelle Bernstein. A selection of complimentary beers, wines, spirits and cocktails are available from the First Class cabin.
Delta flies to a range of destinations worldwide, including: